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  Information - G3 GRACE Science Applications

Event Information
In March 2008 the GRACE satellites will be in orbit for exactly 6 years.
In this time, GRACE data have been used for a wide variety of
applications in hydrology, oceanography, glaciology, solid Earth
sciences and in geodesy. This session solicits contributions on the
recent progress in the application of GRACE to Earth sciences, including
synergy of GRACE with other satellite and ground data. Papers are also
solicited on improvements in data processing methods and in ancillary
geophysical models (e.g. atmosphere, tides, etc) relevant to the
processing and analysis of GRACE data.

Preliminary List of Solicited Speakers
Erik Ivins (JPL), Mikhail Kaban (GFZ), Nikos Pavlis (NGA)


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